“I am Saint Alphonsus Liguori.
We many times, in asking this little one to put what We Will to speak in print, she always smiles and says, ‘Why do You ask?’ and We say, ‘Because We want to be sure it is welcome to you, and you say “Yes.”’
Throughout the world there are so many different personalities, natures, and people who even if they learned the same characteristics in how they should think, should act, should speak, should follow through and/or see personally what the value of what they are doing is important enough to do it.
I know My Words are different than you are used to hearing, but Everyone Here in the Heavens desires so much for all human beings yet in the living state to feel that the Goal for their life in the human way is to one day come to Heaven.
There are millions of human beings alive throughout the world. So many of them have no idea what their prayers mean to The Divine. It brings their life, their will, their body closer to The Saints, because Most of The Saints walked the human role.
The Words I speak are not quite what you would have expected Them to be. I know this, but is it not so that in the Creation of human life, The Heavenly Father, in His Love for this creation, instilled in it so many different abilities, so many different understandings, and so many different ways to speak, to adjust, and to think? Wouldn’t it have been sad if none of this was like it is, and there was only one sound and definitely only three, four or five words that were acceptable?
Every human being should thank The Heavenly Father every day for the Generosity and the obvious Divine Love that was used to give to human life many things, many ways to do things, and yes, many degrees of how to think, what to say, how to live, and yes, to see that there were Gifts for enjoyment and happiness. Some Gifts were to be very serious, conscientious. The list is endless.
Every night, every human being should say:
‘Thank You, Heavenly Father; thank You, Heavenly Mother, for helping me be a Saint, because it is the only Goal I see that will return me to from Where I came, and that is to return as a Saint.’”